Krishna Rana - "All Summer in a Day"
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Beginning of "All Summer in a Day"
Margot is a fragile girl who some kids don't like, because she came from Earth. She claims she has seen the sun before and gets teased for it. The constant rain annoys her and drives her crazy.
Middle of "All Summer in a Day"
The other kids shove Margot into a closet that resembles to the darkness of the rainy sky. The sun is destine to come out in a short amount of time. Margot cries and is very frightened.
End of "All Summer in a Day"
The children seem to have forgotten Margot in the closet during the two hours of sun. Now Margot will not be able to see the sun for another seven years.
Margot! Where's id Margot?
Margot and her class are predicting when the rain will stop. Meanwhile they recite poems they wrote about the sun. William pushes Margot around because she claims she has seen the sun before.
The kids tease Margot and push her into a closet. She cries and throws herself against the closet to get it to open. The teacher asks the kids if all of them were present. The kids replied a yes and the teacher took them outside... Margot was still in the closet.
The rain finally had stopped and the kids had begun to run around and frolic in the warm sun. The sun is only out for two hours. A girl had screamed as she felt a raindrop plummet into her palm. Suddenly, the class remembered of Margot was locked in the closet. the girl who missed her chance of sun in the next seven years.
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